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... the trolley tour, we had a chocolate tasting. What fun!! Enough chocolate to last us awhile.
We headed to Altoona, PA that afternoon. The gps decided to act up so we had a hard time getting out of the Harrisburg area. It didn't straighten out until half way to Altoona to visit Marilyn Shaw. She attended Spirit of Joy about seven years ago. It was good to see her. She was very happy to see us and made a ...
... mainstream. Or perhaps the mainstream is doing away with Amish Country. We saw three "hooligans" on mopeds, who Carol figured were teenage renegades. They didn't look too threatening :-)
A quick one minute detour into Michigan, (just to say we were in the state), and it was back on the road to Ohio. Beautiful scenery, nice sunset, more tolls, and smooth sailing for 100 miles. Tomorrow is Ryan's day - the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!
... to the Wind Turbines on Route 6. We thought there would be a building to visit and that we would get close to the wind turbines, but they had a solar-powered computerized terminal to present the info. Unfortunately, the computer was not working... Since it was a five minute stop we decided to take the kids into Grand Rapids, Ohio. We went shopping in a couple of stores before stopping at Thurman's fruit stand on our way back to Bowling Green.
... loved it! After cooling off, we headed to Fort Meigs to see the fort used during the War of 1812. It is newer than the fort at Mackinac Island. Not as well staffed, but did have a chance to speak with a guide/docent dressed in period costume who was very informative. The kids don't realize it now, but the visit will mean something later when they study the war in ...
... are some numbers:
- Gone 5 weeks minus 1 days July 6 through August 8
· We drove 7600 miles
· We burned 892 gallons of gas
· We averaged 8.5 miles per gallon
· Gas averaged $3.66 per gallon, cheapest in AZ $3.12 and most expensive in AZ $4.89
· Traveled through 18 of our beautiful states
· Explored and enjoyed 9 National Parks, multiple National Forests and Monuments
· Campsites ran $14 to ...